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Learn how to make this simple and delicious recipe: Chili in a Bread Bowl.
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How to make Chili in a Bread Bowl
All right how are you doing now? I cut some enough some green peppers or some onions, we’ll make some chili today, if you can here that noise going on in your background that is my breading machine and it’s busy making bread. We’ll go and heat that bread under the bread and we will crust a little bit inside. I’ll make this a bread bowl for chilling. This is like good I like the chili. I really like chili so hot and spicy. If you like the chili hot and spicy, add your self some cayenne and some chili peppers and a little Tabasco or we taste this some heat of the new chili.
Now we just put our vegetables and we’re going to use a little garlic, people who keep asking me they said, “Dave what is up with that garlic in a jar that you use, why don’t you use fresh garlic?” Now I’ll say well it’s more of a convenience factor to me but I cannot suit difference you’re never there. That’s garlic, it’s just garlic and this is right here on the side of those jars, minced garlic and an extra virgin olive oil. That says pretty fresh garlic, some basil, a pound of hamburger. These are regular hamburger to suit about a pound of it and a pound of sausage just a regular sweet sausage.
Now right here if you want to put some hot up and new chili you can use your sauce some hot sausages. This is regular sweet sausage. It’s mild, it’s a little bit spicy but it’s not real spicy but if you want to right now, you could add some heat to your chili by adding yourself some nice hot sausage and don’t give me tart by my hand. I wash my hands all the time. Now I can’t put it on video every time I wash my hands I may get 10 minutes to do a video. If I show a job everything that I did washing my hands on it while I did this I’ll have to get me hour long TV program.
Anyway put your hands on your food nor about a good all mixed up in their we’re going to turn on that meat brown, let me wash my hands while I’ll turn them brown. Go ahead and hit it was my Italian seasoning? Somebody asked me so Dave they want is in Italian Seasoning and put some of their own meat and what’s cooking and Italian seasoning is Marjoram, thyme, rosemary, savory, sage, oregano and basil. Now if you see some on TV top that they want to use their all spice that they make themselves usually that’s what it is. It’s Italian seasoning, garlic powder an onion powder and maybe a little paprika, maybe a little something hot, maybe a little chili powder sometimes you want to look hot stuff. I don’t like hot foods so I don’t usually, I just use Italian seasoning on your pat of garlic, salt and pepper and they we’ll going to use some chili powder and some cumin.
All right let’s check the hamburger and I’m not cooking hamburger and sausage about 5to 10 minutes just enough try to cook all the grease out of it. We don’t want on that fed up in our chili so see how the grease in there. I will drain that off and it will come in for a vegetable.
I have my hamburger and sausages that are grease free and I can get it I’ve drained it up. I’m going to go here and throw a can of just diced tomatoes, red in there I’m avoiding and they make two cans diced tomatoes. We like it real tomatoes you could add jalapeño. My cans are 14 ½ ounces so 29 ounces of tomatoes and then I’m using a can of chili beans they’re just regular chili beans. I guess there are pento beans and kidney beans or what they are. I like them because it’s a say chili beans and then also I like black beans in my chili so I’m going to add a can of Frijoles negros. Frijoles negros, that means black beans in Spanish.
All right and black bean up and there. I got the three beans up and that chili bean, give it all a nice good stir. What I do I like some moisture see there, so what I do is I come back and I throw me two cups of chicken broth right in there. Now if you don’t have any chicken broth it will be do yourself two cups of water and just to be sure they ask some salt and pepper and it will be fine.
Now that’s really not enough and I’m going to go ahead and add some more cup of water so it looks like we want this to be pretty soup because we’re going to this thing down. I’m going to add two cups of water. So I put four cups total liquid in this thing. Two cups chicken broth and two cups of water and I may add a little salt and pepper too but I want to be pretty soupy so that it will cook down and become my chili. Let’s go add one more cup of water. One more cup of water here we go now we’re talking we’ll going to cook this for a while and that water is going to bubble out so we want and make sure we have enough liquid.
I’m going to add a tablespoon of chili powder and a tablespoon of cumin, that’s why our chili flavor is going to come from right there. That’s what gives us that nice sauce and makes it all chili look and there’s one that you can be go and this could be wonderful, we’re going to love it, crush it and we can read that, crush with pepper. Just a little bit, just it gives us a little bite because I don’t like it too hot. So that’s been looped in there, now you’re going to see some little bit of hot flavor if you want you could ask some cayenne or some chili peppers, whatever it takes but pretty much that is our chili.
Now all we have to do now is cook this and I’m going to put on medium heat low less on medium heat and cook it for about and hour and I’ll taste and if I think it needs a little help then I put something in and from that and I’ll call it done when it’s thick enough like chili and ready to go into my bread bowl it will be no buy. Here we are and come back in our chili. I’ve been cooking this now total time by the hour and a half. I’m cooking a little bit too fast to and we slow it down a little bit but looking good is looking a like chili. I’m going to give it a taste and see if I think it taste it like chili and if it does then I may say it’s ready to go.
Now you cook this long as you want to long and stick as you wanted to get and probably the next day there’s chili even better because I cooked the same back of the tree for hours until it thickens up. I like to start eating it was a little bit soupy in my bread bowl gives me some juices to sap up and turn it now but probably too much. I don’t want cooking there if it just want to simmer it just keep it simmering and simmering. Now I don’t know that tastes I think I’m racking a little bit chili powder and a little bit of cumin. So I may put about half tablespoon of each one more time in there. I want a little bit more chili flavor up in there. You know taste it and to it salt pepper if you need to and let me take you over here to my bread bowl and I’m sure you’re going to go and put this in and let it cook just a little bit longer.
Okay here we are and our bread, bread just came out of the bread maker it’s still warm and nice, you got to like the bread maker go ahead and use my bread knife and I’m just going to cut this right here in here so what’s a bread knife, bread knife is got a shredded edge, you got a shredded edge and you can cut bread without making at all smash that and ugly. We can just cut that just like that, it will steam right in hot so nice. So I’m just going to mold it a little bit because I want someone there’s still just going to carry around the middle there the best I can and I’m just going to dig that and they’re all hot and then we have ourselves a little bread bowl and we put our chili into and we can get some bread where there are chili and it will be wonderful. You know what I’m saying.
All right, these are the chili exactly what I needed was a little bit more cumin, a little bit more chili powder it takes perfect, it taste like the best chili over eight. I’m just going to spill some right into our bread bowl, try to get much juice as I can up in there and boy this thing is going to be wonderful. Look at that main juice here, just goodness. How can you go wrong with that, that’s going to be good.
Chili out of Dave how do you like that. Remember you can make this thing hot if you want to you need yourself some chili peppers, using cayenne peppers and how can you worry if you like, put in their spices it up, make that thing hot of how if you good, put in the bread bowl, bread bowls goes long and some hot but you want bread and you some hot very good you can do it in there and put the juice going on or anything would be good.
All right I’ll go eat this, do I have a great day. Thanks.